Renault

Mint Condition? 1983 Renault LeCar

We occasionally see repeat performances with classic cars here at Barn Finds, and that would appear to be the case with this 1983 Renault LeCar. Whether it is because a sale fell through or whether a new owner has… more»

Huge Collection Of Rare And Oddball Cars For Sale!

If you are looking for a seldom-seen car or project to add to your collection, there are a dozen of them assembled in Madison, Wisconsin, looking to find new homes due to an estate liquidation. Most of these are… more»

Restoration Started: 1929 Renault NN2

Certain automobile marques were always identifiable by a styling trait. In prior years, it was the radiator shell and shape such as that found on a Duesenberg or Rolls-Royce. Even certain models got into the act like the Chevrolet… more»

Rare in the U.S.: 1992 Renault Alpine GTA V6 Turbo

Talk about forbidden fruit: this 1992 Renault Alpine GTA Turbo is a rear-engined sports car that sadly never came stateside while in production. Thankfully, the 25 year rule means it’s now eligible for importation and it’s eons cooler than… more»

Plug-In Project: 1980 Lectric Leopard EV

Millions of people around the world know them as the Renault 5 and we know them as the LeCar here in the United States. This car has yet another name, it’s a 1980 Lectric Leopard, a battery-powered R5, or… more»

Free Baguettes: $1,500 1980 Renault Le Car

One look at the baked paint tells you that this 1980 Renault Le Car has experienced plenty of UV exposure. That is hardly surprising since it appears that it has spent its life in sunny California. It needs cosmetic… more»

Oddball Racer: 1983 Renault R5

While almost any car can become a track car, some candidates seem more unlikely than others. Certainly, a Renault R5 would fall into this category, as despite its rally heritage and impressive performance credentials when found in turbocharged form… more»

Nicest One Left? 1984 Renault Fuego

I remember an old Jay Leno bit about GM naming their electric car the Impact and how that name maybe hadn’t been thought through too well. Some could say the same thing about the Fuego which means fire in… more»

Oddball Driver: 1960 Renault 4CV

When the owner purchased this 1960 Renault 4CV, his original intention was to use it as a parts car. It turned out that its condition was too good to use for that purpose, so it has remained untouched for… more»

One Buck Barn Find? 1972 Renault 17R

Update: The listing appears to have been deleted but you can at least read about it here – sorry! JO I have to be honest, a Renault anything doesn’t usually garner my attention. This 1972 Model 17R is different… more»

Early EV: 1968 MARS II Electric Car

Long before the hybrid and other cars with some degree of voltage power, electric cars were being put into limited service 50 or 60 years ago. One such attempt was the MARS II produced by a Michigan-based company using… more»

40k Mile 1980 Renault Le Car

Even though they haven’t been made in 25 years, the Renault R5 has to be one of the most recognizable shapes and designs at least in the last half-century. It’s hard to believe that they actually could be had… more»

French Toast: 1955 Renault 4CV

Talk about patina, this 1955 Renault 4CV is loaded with surface rust. I mean, patina. These cars were and still are some of the quirkiest cars out there and they have an unusual drivetrain configuration, not to mention the… more»

Hog Barn Find! 1987 Renault GTA

Update 2/19/20 – The hog barn GTA is back! After getting bid up to $1,425 the seller has relisted this Renault here on eBay with a $2,500 asking price. From 1/19/20 – I’m serious, this Renault was found in… more»

Nicest One Left? 1987 AMC Renault Alliance Convertible

In American automotive manufacturing, AMC had always been the little guy that was capable of producing something special for mere pennies. However, time and circumstances would eventually catch up with the company, and they wouldn’t manage to go out… more»

Stored For 30 Years: 1963 Renault Dauphine

When it comes to automotive design, the French have always marched to the beat of a different drummer. This is not a bad thing, because it has allowed them to produce a number of unique and groundbreaking small economy… more»